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CHARACTERS ☆ The Mangrove Tree Planting Trees to Feed Families Ý [PDF / Epub] ☁ The Mangrove Tree Planting Trees to Feed Families By Susan L. Roth – Gwairsoft.co.uk For a long time the people of Hargigo a village in the tiny African country of Eritrea were living without enough food for themselves and theS to discover how Dr Sato's mangrove tree planting project transformed an impoverished village into a self sufficient community This fascinating story is a celebration of creativity hard work and all those mangrove trees that were planted by the Mangrove Tree Planting Trees to Epubsea. Audience K 6Appeal The book is about a scientist who ends up saving a village of Africans from hunger by planting the Mangrove Tree This book would be good for kids who are interested in plants farming social studies and science This book teaches kids to give back to the less fortunate and use your talents to better the worldAward NCTE Orbis Pictus Award

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For a long time the people of Hargigo Tree Planting Kindle #212 a village in the tiny African country of Eritrea were living without enough food for themselves and their animals The families were hungry and their goats and sheep were hungry too Then The Mangrove Kindle along came a. In the African country of Eritrea where fresh water is scarce animals go hungry and people struggle to grow food one Japanese American cell biologist named Dr Gordon Sato put together science and past experiences to create a way for desert land and saltwater to work together and create a Mangrove forest The Mangrove Tree Planting Trees to Feed Families written by Susan L Roth and Cindy Trumbore was the 2011 Eureka Gold Award winner and 2012 NCTE Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children Honor book This book is geared for students male and female ages 5 8 years old and provides a heartwarming story of one man’s determination to change the lives of people in hunger while transforming a poor village into a thriving society Dr Sato’s dream stemmed from his own childhood experiences when he and his family suffered the harsh conditions of the California desert during their imprisonment in the Mazanar War Relocation Center Japanese American concentration camp during World War II The authors provide a style that is clear and concise; offering verses as well as prose passages that inform the reader about the details of the project The illustrations are bright and visual often giving the pictures a three dimensional look The story allows the reader to not only see the project unfold but also allows them to make connections and see the all the resources the trees provide people animals and the earth The afterword includes real life pictures and descriptions which allow the reader to view the actual project and the glossary offers definitions for some of the challenging words in the book The mangrove Tree is a great compact informational book that not only inspires but shows students what working together can do for an entire group of people

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The Mangrove Tree Planting Trees to Feed FamiliesScientist Dr Gordon Sato who helped change their lives for the better And it all started with some special treesThese are the trees Mangrove trees That were planted by the seaWith alternating verse and prose passages The Mangrove Mangrove Tree Planting eBook #10003 Tree invites reader. AudienceKindergarten and up Great informational book for young childrenAppealThe 3D pictures are amazing They are made from what looks like scrap materials so they are very colorful The figures are put together in such a way as to make them seem as if they are moving Repeating text that builds on each other in the same way as The House that Jack Built keeps young children's interest while informing them of important world problems The Afterword contains pictures of the actual project and background information that older readers would enjoy 2012 Honor book NCTE Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children